Aeron's self-titled EP is a serene exploration through sound shadowed by a slightly mysterious aura. Ambient and cinematic, the EP seem to make an interesting exploration of personal and external myth. Wyn Evans of the UK brings us this mysterious and concise self-titled EP. Taking a minimalist approach, Aeron - pronounced eye-ron - builds an ambient atmosphere of layered synths that kindle a peaceful energy. Punctuated by punchy kicks, the EP resonates with poetic tones that thread myths... Topics: minimal, solemn, mysterious, melodic
We gladly welcome back our friend Electricwest with this reissue of "MOTH3R", previously released as pay-per-download at Rope Swing Cities. Also accompanying this release is "R3MIXES", an additional album of remixes featuring an array of talented artists. After a three track sampler and a pay-per-download release on Rope Swing Cities, Archaic Horizon is re-releasing Electricwest's "MOTH3R" along with a bonus album. "R3MIXES" reinterprets the album's 11... Topics: dark, urban, mysterious, textured, damaged
Brian Grainger brings us a collection of unreleased remixes from a diverse family of artists. Each track is reinvented in Milieu's style creating a strong commonality between the various artists. Wasted Magic in the Sound cohesively bonds thirteen different artists together in thirteen Milieu mixed tracks. Brian Grainger applies his distinctive style and reinterprets each song accordingly resulting in a well rounded and entertaining release. A slightly mischievous remix of Electricwest's... Topics: hazy, heavy, mysterious, urban, pop, lo-fi
We set off into this new decade with a release written nearly a decade prior. Ten and Tracer's "You'll be a Hero Soon, Speaker" comprises the rediscovered songs from an earlier version of his album, "Companion". Jonathan Canupp, the fellow behind the name Ten and Tracer, gives us these previously thought-to-be-lost songs as the album "You'll be a Hero Soon, Speaker". He says they come from one of the best and most transformative periods of his life and reflect a... Topics: mysterious, hazy, warped
*Mirror*, by Russian artist Gemini Tri, is a collection of beautiful melancholic songs that explore the irrevocable separation of past from present, and the continued struggles of existence. Rather fortuitously, this landmark 50th release—eight years since our inception—harks back to our own past, delivering the kind of decayed loops, echoey arpeggios and heady atmospheres that came to define Archaic Horizon’s signature sound. In his first outing as Gemini Tri, Denis Piryazev demonstrates... Topics: melancholic, daydream, troubled, mysterious, nostalgic, glitchy, contemplative, dream pop,...
It is with great pleasure that we welcome the return of Heroines of the U.S.S.R and present his stunning, second release for Archaic Horizon, *A Map Of Lost Causes*. Despite being recorded less than a year after [*Spring Snow*](http://archaichorizon.com/releases/AH023), during Winter ’08 and Spring ’09, the two releases are – literally – worlds apart. *A Map Of Lost Causes* tells the mysterious tale of a forgotten continent and the strange people who dwell there, and is loosely based on... Topics: mysterious, strange, crystalline, visual, soundtrack, deep, vivid, magical, elemental